Then he morphed into Harrison Ford for Patriot Games (1992) and Clear and Present Danger (1994).
The Canadian pop sensation has morphed from the fresh-faced boy next door into a ‘bro’-spewing frat boy in the making.
Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs morphed into commercial banks and swiftly dialed down their debt levels.
And so a defense of civil rights has morphed into support for “diversity.”
What Boston celebrates as Patriots' Day has been morphed by many into a militia rally incorporating guns, Waco and Oklahoma City.
He did not—but it sure sounded as if his “absolutely not” had morphed into “maybe absolutely not.”
It morphed into a high profile, high voltage restaurant; a nexus of power, money and glamour.
By then, Wilson had been elected governor and morphed into a restrictionist.
But over time, the concept of cultural appropriation has morphed into a parody of the original idea.
That was the year, she says, when her fear of Arabs morphed into a deep-seated hate.
To change one image into another by a computer technique: One of the most popular techniques in TV ads has been to ''morph'' a Democratic rival into Clinton, employing special effects to have the candidate's face change into the President's/ One thing morphs into another before your very eyes (1990s+)
[fr Greek morphe, ''form'']